DOB3 evokes the inner spaces of British pubs. The atmosphere of the place, the dimly lit pleasant depth, reflects perfectly the characteristic taste of craft beers that are on offer. Everything is basically about beer at DOB3, which serves as the foundation for the design. Entering, the dense materials and textures give a mysterious impression to the glamorous interior. On the edge of the party quarter, this craft beer and whisky bar represents a more open and relaxed version of its archaic sibling pubs in the UK. The interior is dominated by heavy stone and wood surfaces, which are complemented by the deep green, brown and blue leather drapes. The whole right wall is covered in unique, reconceived beer coasters, promoting the name of DOB3. On the ceiling, a sack-linen, used for storing the basic ingredients (barley, malt and hop) is spread out, decorated with the minimalistic logo of the place. In the oaken wood tables, with delicate metal linings, you can see the silhouettes of different beer glasses and mugs. On the walls, the same mixed fonts are used to describe the drinks as the ones that appear on the unique coasters. The sophisticated but masculine interior is relaxed by clever graphical ideas.
Architects: Ádám Bajor, Péter Szendrő (81Font)
Graphic design: Miklós Kiss https://www.behance.net/KissMiklos
Photo: Dániel Dömölky, Bálint Jaksa https://www.behance.net/balintjaksa
Location: Budapest, 1074 Budapest, Dob utca 3.